NFL Now To Get Its Own Apple TV App Later This Month

NFL Now

It's August, which means it's just about time for the NFL season, with the Packers and Seahawks ready to christen the 2014 season starting on September 4th. Prior to the start of the season, the NFL will introduce a new channel for the Apple TV. NFL Now will bring a mix of highlights, original programming and create a personalized experience for fans.An NFL employee provided details to 9to5Mac on what you can expect from the app.Original Content Created for NFL Now: From the NFL Media studios in Los Angeles, NFL Now will create original content — news updates, shows, features, and more — designed specifically for digital platforms.- Highlights of NFL Action:NFL Now will have extensive highlights of the best plays from NFL … [Read more...]

Apps of the Week, Under Armour, NPR One and more!

Apps of the week

As we enter August, the dog days of summer are upon us and the virtual shelves of App Store might buckle from the heat of the week's hottest new apps. This week, we circumnavigate the world in 80 days, find new ways to get organized, listen to carefully curated news and take part in twenty new activities for the kids. It's time for the everythingiCafe Apps of the Week for August 2nd, 2014. … [Read more...]

Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers To Head Up iTunes Radio

Ian Rogers

Apple today announced they had finalized their purchase of Beats, which includes products like the infamous headphones and Beats Music, the upstart streaming music service. Part of the acquisition includes talent coming over to Apple, notably co-founders Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine. Another key figure is Ian Rogers, who had been CEO at Beats Music. According to the Wall Street Journal, Rogers will now head up iTunes Radio, in addition to his current position manning Beats Music. … [Read more...]

WSJ: Apple Places Order For 70-80 Million iPhones With Bigger Displays

iPhone 6

According to a new report from the Wall Street Journal, Apple has asked suppliers to manufacture anywhere from 70 million to 80 million of the upcoming iPhone. The production number includes two models. One will be the often discussed 4.7-inch model and there will indeed be a larger 5.5-inch model. This production estimate is through December 30th, but still incredibly ambitious, representing the largest production run in the companies history. … [Read more...]

Apple Releases iOS 8 Beta 4 To Developers

iOS 8 beta 4

Apple today released the fourth installment of the iOS 8 beta. Developers can download iOS 8 beta 4 from the developer portal. For those who have previously installed iOS 8, an over-the-air option is available. The update is 300MB, yet requires 3GB free on either your iPhone or iPad.For continuing discussion on all things having to do with the new release, please stop by and take part in our iOS 8 discussion forums. Source: Apple … [Read more...]

How to make a calendar public in iOS

mmake a calendar public in iOS

When you create a calendar using the Calendars app, it becomes accessible on all of your iOS devices, a PC or Mac and the Internet. This means that access is not restricted to owning an iPhone, iPad or an Apple product for that matter. Any web browser will do, provided they have an iCloud account (free) and that allows for more robust sharing options beyond friends and family who carry iOS devices. If you are dealing with a small group, whether your family or colleagues, it makes sense to use the method we described for sharing a calendar. It's easy enough for folks to understand and subscribe, but the process isn't geared for larger groups. If the information is something you feel comfortable sharing, why not publish it to iCloud? Here's … [Read more...]